Loved Evamere! We came from another district and what a difference Hudson Schools are! My girls improved all around and the teachers were fabulous! Hands down Hudson schools are great!
Evamere Elementary School is a public elementary school in Boston Heights. The principal of Evamere Elementary School is Andrew H. Wilson and can be contacted at email@example.com. 548 students attend Evamere Elementary School and identify mostly as White, non-Hispanic; Asian; and Multiracial. 3% of the 548 students here are classified as "economically disadvantaged", and 5% get reduced lunch prices. The ratio of students to teachers at Evamere Elementary School is 18:1. East Woods Elementary School is one of the nearest elementary schools.
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Wonderful school. Even better now that its just K and 1st grade. Excellent teacher ratio.
My son attended K-1 at Evemere from 9-00 to 6-02 and recieved a superb education. The entire staff was very caring. He recieved motor skills training and occupational therapy at no additional cost to myself. Between his first and second year I ended up attending a meeting with 8 members of the staff to discuss what first grade teacher would be the best placement for my son. The selection of teachers was excellent. The foundation my son recieved and the overall experience at Evemere I would highly recommend to anyone.
I have 2 children in the school. One is autistic and the school has been very difficult to work with. They make all decisions without parental involvement and their communicate THEIR decisions to the parents. The principal is totally uninvolved in special education. It takes dozens of phone calls just to get anyone to call back. I can't wait until my child is out of Evamere! Hudson is a legend in their OWN minds as far as special education is concerned. As far as typical children they seem fine. The teachers are outstanding the leadership just needs to follow suit.